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FEELGOOD MUESLI

muesli 2I don’t care for breakfast cereal in any way, shape or form, probably a hangover from childhood when “tasteless but good for you” products were new to the market . Occasionally in winter I cook some oatmeal porridge at breakfast time and I’ll enjoy it servedwith mashed banana, a dollop of natural yoghurt and a drizzle of maple syrup. My chief taster on the other hand enjoys muesli 365 days of the year, even chooses muesli if we decide to eat breakfast in a cafe. I look at commercial muesli from time to time when I shop and balk at the sugars, fats and preservatives in some packs, the minimal variety of ingredients in others, but what really motivates me to make Mal’s Feelgood Muesli was the price difference between a quality commercial cereal mix and that which I could make at home. To make this recipe will take 10 mins from the time you start to the end of clean up. It makes enough muesli for 2 people to have ½ cup measure each for breakfast for 2-3 weeks. Delicious, nutritious, and yummy if served with fresh fruit and yoghurt.

FEELGOOD MUESLI

1 x 700g bag multigrain porridge mix or oats
1 cup puffed amaranth
3 cups puffed millet
3 cups puffed rice
1/4 cup linseeds
1/2 cup oat bran
1 cup sunflower seed
1 cup pumpkin seeds
1 cup sultanas
1 cup whole raw almonds, roughly chopped

In a large bowl, mix everything together. Store in an airtight container.

About ladyredspecs

I live in sunny Brisbane, Australia. My love of good food drives me as a cook, a reader, a traveller, an artist and but mostly as an eater. I cooked professionally for many years but have no formal training. Simply guided by a love of eating good food, respect for ingredients and an abhorrence of artificial additives, I cook instinctively applying the technical know how acquired by experience. I hope you enjoy what I share Sandra AKA ladyredspecs

10 comments on “FEELGOOD MUESLI

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  2. thehungrymum
    May 8, 2013

    So YUM. Can’t beat home made muesli.

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  3. ohlidia
    May 8, 2013

    I also enjoy a good Muesli but have a hard time finding something great in the shops. Must try this out, it looks wonderful!

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    • ladyredspecs
      May 8, 2013

      Muesli is very flexible. Use the grains you like then add the fruit, nuts and seeds. In the past I’ve added apricots, cranberries, dates, hazelnuts, walnuts. Just mess around with it until you come up with a formula that you love.

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  4. Sam
    May 7, 2013

    Delicious delicious delicious ! I feel good already

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  5. marymtf
    May 7, 2013

    For the first time I’m lost. Multi grain porridge, puffed millet, amaranth? Where do you get these exotic ingredients. And what is amaranth when it’s at home?

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    • ladyredspecs
      May 7, 2013

      Coles has all these ingredients in the health food cereals section. Multigrain porridge is a mix of rolled oats, rye, spelt and barley. Amaranth and millet are both simple, gluten free, high protein grains that have been cultivated for millennia. They are nutritious and when puffed, easily digested. You could also use puffed spelt and rice or rolled quinoia in the mix and omit the grains I’ve listed.

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  6. Sue Donovan
    April 4, 2012

    Love the blog. Guess what! Pam has her iPad up and running. What do we do now with the blog. I would like to subscribe if this is possible.
    Sue Donovan in the Streetwise shop.

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